Holy Trinity Newsletter

Dear Parents and Carers,

I had a wonderful time at the parents’ party last Friday night. I am so grateful to everyone who helped set up the evening and those who were able to come along to celebrate. Thank you to those parents who supplied the photos and to Fiona and Robert for their speeches. I was amazed by your kindness and generosity. I was given a beautiful, handcrafted and engraved kingfisher bracelet, a cherry tree and a stunning amount in vouchers, which I have already spent on a fabulous limited edition bronze sculpture of a kingfisher – I will always remember my days at Holy Trinity with such joy!

On Monday I was shocked as at the end of a surprise fire practice all the children bursting into a flash mob of “Happy”; the children were amazing, I had no clue of what was about to happen! Today the children saw a performance by a theatre company of “The Selfish Giant”, as a thank you gift from me.

Best wishes,Penny Cox 

Important information:Year 6 SATs results. Congratulations to our Year 6 pupils who worked so hard throughout the year. They have achieved a sensational crop of results and we could not be more proud of them - and the staff of course! We will let you know all the results for the statutory reporting assessments (EYFS, phonics, Year 2 and Year 6) before the end of the year.

School meals. All payments for this term to be made by Monday morning at the latest.

Sports Day is this Friday. Please make sure that your child/ren has sun screen applied before coming to school, a hat and a filled water bottle. All children to come to school in their P.E. kit with the exception of Reception. We will start at around 9.30am with the races for morning Nursery, Reception and Years 1 & 2. The afternoon will start at approximately 1.40pm with the races for the afternoon Nursery and Years 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Summer Reading Challenge. Last Thursday a member of Richmond Library came to talk to the children about the Summer Reading Challenge. It starts this Saturday. If your child reads six library books over the holidays they will get a certificate. Please do encourage your child to take part. Visit the library website for more information.

Important Dates. Monday 15th July - Meet Alison Bateman, the new head teacher – from 3pm on the Infant Playground. On the same day, 3.30pm meet the teacher in their current classrooms (note that Owl Class, Seal Class and Kestrel Class are doing their meet the teacher session on Tuesday).

Monday 22nd _ whole school picnic – children to bring a snack. From 3pm – 3.30pm ex pupils welcome back to meet Mrs Cox. Tuesday 23rd July - school finishes at 2.15pm. 

Community News

Drums. A parent has an old drum kit which they no longer need. It’s pretty well used, scruffy and a bit broken but it’s great for a new learner and it’s a proper kit. If interested contact Lucy on 07745 583862. 

Junior Bridge Club. If your child is interested in learning to play Bridge then please visit or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.